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Progressivism and new prohibitions – implications for the future

Given 170 years of Progressivism, the century of history of alcohol prohibition, 80 years of (some) drug prohibition, and more, where do we stand in 2020? (This commentary continues the series, with the original postings found Here, Here, and Here.)

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Progressivism and Prohibition – the awful aftermath

Having looked briefly at the relationship between Progressivism (Regressivism), Prohibition, and the Social Gospel, we now move closer in time to today. Even though Prohibition was repealed nationally in 1937, its evils remain with us today. Although supposedly the Social … Continue reading

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Progressivism and the social gospel – history and implications

The last commentary discussed “progressivism” and alcohol Prohibition. It is one of the darker episodes of American history in the last century, and we are “celebrating” the 100th Anniversary of Prohibition in America. Progressivism (Regressivism) and Prohibition are linked to, … Continue reading

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Progressivism and Prohibition – History and implications

Progressivism – which I believe is a key element and ally of Transnational Socialism (Tranzis) and which I think of more and more as “Regressivism” – has been an unfortunate and evil facet of American society and politics for a … Continue reading

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Is this crazy or am I?

By Nathan Barton Not sure who Logan Marie Glitterbomb is (I suspect an alias), but this idea is nuts. I’ve been involved with the libertarian movement since the formal organization of the Libertarian Party in 1973, and knew people who … Continue reading

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